Part-Time Patriots

As I write this, the sound of cannons break the nearby silence. One rumbling boom after another just a few miles from where I sit, but this is...
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Homecoming

Near a bend in the Cumberland River, just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, there sits a modest, blue house. My parents have lived in that little house since 1968...
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Rules of the Game: Advice to Candidates & Activists from Augustus Invictus

 “A prince must imitate the fox and the lion, for the lion cannot protect himself from traps, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves. One must therefore...
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Shakespeare: The Bard of Avon or of the West?

William Shakespeare was a number of things: an actor, a writer, a playwright. But more generally, he was an artist of the highest caliber, and arguably the greatest,...
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Thought Reform in the Current Year

In 1961 psychologist Dr. Robert Jay Lifton published a book called “Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of ‘Brainwashing’ in China.” In it, he describes...
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A Tale of Two Temples

This is a tale of two temples. I suppose I should say “places of worship”, for only one is a temple, or a synagogue to be precise. The...
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The Culture War Reborn: Traditionalism in Action

I have long speculated now, that if there is any hope for long-lasting political change to occur, a revolution and insurrection will likely have to take place. It...
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Imagine: 2018: Conclusion

The powers-that-wish-they-be want us to forget.  Indeed, those of European descent have been told that they have no culture. I am here to tell you that we do,...
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Monotony Fields: A Short Story of Finding Truth in the Modern World

Amidst the morning’s dew as it lay upon the shards of grass and needles of pine were memories scattered across plains of endless wheat and hay, neath a...
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The True Strength of Diversity

Diversity is held in high regard as a positive quality in Western society, and there are good historical reasons for this. Diversity of thought has led to brilliant...
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